Vanquish Yachts Starts Construction on the VQ54

Two hulls of the VQ54 are now under construction at Vanquish Yachts.

VQ54, Vanquish Yachts, Tender
The VQ54 is meant to be used as a dayboat or a large tender for a superyacht.Courtesy Vanquish Yachts

Vanquish Yachts in the Netherlands has started construction on two hulls of its VQ54.

The model is an evolution of the VQ48 and is intended to be a personal yacht as well as an oversized tender for a superyacht. One of the first owners plans to use the VQ54 as “the ultimate party boat for Ibiza,” in Spain’s Balearic Isles, according to the builder.

The Vanquish VQ54 has MAN i6-800 diesel engines and a top speed of more than 45 knots. She also has a tender garage for a Williams 285 Turbojet, giving superyacht owners a powerful dayboat as well as a “boat-within-a-boat” stowage solution.

Guido De Groot and Studio Delta handled naval architecture.

About the VQ54's interior: It has a two-person berth, a head and a galley for cooking meals during day cruises.